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Monthly Archives: August 2013
In my previous post, I casually stated that there are 61 stars in the region within 5 parsecs of the Sun — at least according to the Gliese Catalog of Nearby Stars. I did not state where you could get … Continue reading
Introduction A phone call from a cancer epidemiologist a few months ago got me thinking radio communication over long distance. This researcher was a sharp guy who immediately saw the dynamic range issues associated with cell tower communication — the … Continue reading